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BAE Systems Updates F-35 Electronic Warfare Systems

BAE Systems has upgraded the AN/ASQ-239 electronic warfare system for the F-35, the company declared on Feb. 28. The new system has a “smaller footprint, reducing volume and power requirements – creating space for...

Operation Balakot was a failure

A post strike analysis by Michael J. Sheldon for the Digital Forensic Lab suggests India’s air strike inside Pakistan was a failure. Using commercial satellite imagery, Sheldon was able to confirm that the strike...

ANALYSIS: MH-60R Romeo comes of age Down Under

When the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) became the second operator of the Lockheed Martin/Sikorsky MH-60R “Romeo” helicopter in 2013, it represented a major step up in capability and training for its combat aircrews. …read...

Arnold Defense awarded $23,9M for 2.75-inch rocket launchers

The world’s largest supplier of rocket launchers for military aircraft, Arnold Defense has received a $23,9 million contract to delivery 2.75-inch rocket launchers and subcomponents. Pentagon said: “Arnold Defense and Electronics, Arnold, Missouri, is...

​AVALON: RAAF shows off militarized 737s

The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has seen operational improvements with its two militarized Boeing 737 types, the E-7A Wedgetail and P-8A Poseidon. …read more Read more here:: Flight Global Military News (Air)

​AVALON: RAAF shows off militarised 737s

The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has seen operational improvements with its two militarized Boeing 737 types, the E-7A Wedgetail and P-8A Poseidon. …read more Read more here:: Flight Global Military News (Air)

​AVALON: Northrop eyes Firebird sales Down Under

Northrop Grumman sees potential for its Firebird optionally manned intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance aircraft in Australia, as the type prepares for service entry in the USA. …read more Read more here:: Flight Global Military...

US Navy’s version of F-35 jet ‘ready for combat’

The US Navy’s version of the F-35 stealth fighter jet is “ready for combat,” officials said Thursday, marking another milestone in the development of the most expensive weapons program ever. “The F-35C is ready...

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